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Montenegro

26. 10. 2020. 00:00   >>  16:03 0

HOSPITALITY BUSSINESS REPRESENTATIVES IN NIKSIC

Request reduction or abolition of fees and charges

At today's protest, Niksic hospitality sector representatives requested from the Municipality to reduce taxes and charges, which, as they claim, they have been regularly paying previous years, in order to be able to overcome the coronavirus pandemic crisis.

One of them, Ratko Janjic said that they gathered in protest, because after six months, he states, they did not receive any help.

They asked the local self-government of Niksic to reduce the taxes and charges that they have been regularly paying in previous years.

"Now we are limited by working hours, we are limited by the capacity of facilities, so let the taxes and charges be proportionally abolished or reduced. We call on the municipality and the state to help nightclubs and wedding salons, because that part of the hospitality industry has been completely closed down.," Janjic said.

As he said, they sent an official request for a meeting to the municipality of Niksic on October 16, and even after ten days, Janjic says, they did not receive any answer.

He also claims that they are paying for the most expensive terrace in Montenegro, and the rent has been reduced from 17 to 14 euros per square meter.

"We are not a tourist attraction on the seashore itself, but why doesn't someone think about whether what was adopted in previous years was correct and whether it encourages investments," Janjic asked.

 

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